Who wouldn’t want to walk along Huskisson Street in the morning? There’s always somewhere to get to isn’t there? Always something filling up your mind with the things to do when you arrive at wherever? What hardly ever happens in the middle of all this getting on is the quiet voice. You may know it? […]
After the early Autumn sun Had burned the early morning mist From the streets of the city, I walked along Huskisson Street And photographed the great cathedral Rising from behind the houses. “Glorious” I thought, “Simply glorious.” “Simply glorious.” Ronnie Hughes 8th September, 2015.
The Bollards of Liverpool 8: Part Two The day dawns sunny, unlike the deluges of yesterday’s post and it’s nearly time to set out on Part Two of our weather interrupted tour of Liverpool 8’s bollards. This one walking through Lodge Lane to Granby and Canning. Before we do, a couple of clarifications in response […]
Yes, it sounds like a learned historical essay such as ‘The Lollards of Pre-Reformation England’ doesn’t it? But it isn’t. Part One here of a two part quest to find out why Liverpool 8 has so many bollards. The other day someone contacted me through my friend Marianne who’s an architect, and asked me this intriguing question: “Why […]
Due to some oversight at the Meteorological Office my birthday dawns brightly blue, and so the two friends are able to set out on a walk together. Still we’re not complaining. The day of my birth is usually marked by heavy leaden skies and sheets of sideways rain. So this feels almost springlike. There is […]